What’s On – July 2022

Posted On: 1st Jun 2022

Category: What's On

Jane Wroe-Wright


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1st July – Flat & the Curves Comedy Cabaret Show

If you enjoyed them at the Streatham Stands Up for Ukraine in April, go and see the full show. 

The Two Brewers, Clapham High St. 7.30pm £12 designmynight.com/london/whats-on/comedy/flat-the-curves-at-the-two-brewers

1st– 10th July – Streatham Food Festival

Indulge in an epic culinary crawl, al fresco feasting, virtual cookery demos, and party vibes this summer.  streathamfoodfestival.com

2nd July Streatham Village Market Food Festival Special

The regular village market on Babbington Plaza by the Manor Arms welcomes a host of food stalls alongside market favourites. 10am-3pm.

2nd July – Streatham Choral Centenary Concert

Todd’s Mass in Blue and more including works by Streatham composers.

Amy Webber soprano, Samuel Ali keyboards and organ, Jan Zahourek double bass, Karl Kramer drum kit

Calum Fraser conductor.  Tickets: £10.00/£8.50 7.30-9.30pm

St Peter’s Church, Leigham Court Rd, Norwood, London SW16 2SDstreathamchoral.com

5th -16th July – Sprout Arts

An exhibition from artist Lucinda Denning

74 Moyser Road, Furzedown, SW16 6SQ.  sproutarts.com

6th July – Live at The Bedford, Zervas and Pepper

Zervas and Pepper are singer-songwriters often described as evocative folk-rock, dreamy west coast pop.  From 7.30pm. £15.00 + £1.50 booking fee.  thebedford.com

7th July – Dulwich Picture Gallery, British Sign Language Talk: Reframed

A BSL talk led by John Wilson will look at highlights from the exhibition Reframed: Woman in the Window. This talk is for deaf and hard-of-hearing British Sign Language users

11.00am-12.00pm. Free. dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

7th July – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO), Crystal Palace Park

Founded in 1946 by Sir Thomas Beecham and described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘a true premier league orchestra’. Anerley Hill, Thicket Road, London SE1UA.

6.00pm. ents24.com/london-events/crystal-palace-park/royal-philharmonic-orchestra

9th July – Clapham Common Bandstand Summer Concerts

Concerts start at 2pm and end at 4pm. Kicking off with the Putney & Wimbledon Brass Band there is a whole programme across the 4 weekends of July.  Free  claphamcommon.info/summer-concerts-on-the-bandstand-3/

10th July – Friends of Streatham Common, Butterfly Walk

Starting at 2.30 pm by the Rookery’s main gates.  Join Peter Newmark on a leisurely stroll to see what butterflies are around. Free; donations to the Friends of Streatham Common welcome. streathamcommon.org

16th July Soul Love Vintage Fair

Head down to Gleneldon Mews for vintage fashion, homewares, and more. Free entry 12-5-pm. Early bird entry 11am £5

16th and 17th July – Lambeth Country Show, Brockwell Park

The Lambeth Country Show returns!  Horticultural shows, sheep and owl displays, home grown vegetable and flower competitions, an abundance of craft and food stalls and an on-site farm, plus a full programme of music. lambethcountryshow.co.uk

16th July – Bike Market, Streatham Common

A great opportunity to pick up an affordable, serviced bike and/or to clear out outgrown and unwanted bicycles.  10.00am – 4.00pm. peddlemywheels.com/public-markets

19th -30th July – Sprout Arts

An exhibition from artist Barrie Temple

74 Moyser Road, Furzedown, SW16 6SQ.  sproutarts.com

21st July – Dulwich Picture Gallery, Exclusive View of Reframed: The Women in the Window

This is an After Hours exclusive view of Reframed: The Woman in the Window

6.30-9.30pm. Tickets £35, Friends, and Patrons £30  dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

22nd July – Streatham Space Project, Bangers Comedy: Season 2, Episode 6

A night full of the very best stand-up comedy. 7.30–10.00pm streathamspaceproject.co.uk

24th July – Horniman Museum and Gardens, Flower Power Family Rave

Dance in the Horniman Gardens! There’s food, bars, craft activities, storytelling etc.

2.00-6.00pm. Tickets not available on the door so book in advance. horniman.ac.uk/event/horniman-family-rave-with-big-fish-little-fish/